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Trademark Registration

A Trademark is a visual symbol, which may be a word, name, device, label or numerals used by a business to distinguish it goods or services from other similar goods or services originating from a different business. A registered trademark is an intangible asset or intellectual property for a business and is used to protect the company’s investment in the brand or symbol. Your product or service name could be in the form of a logo, sign, heading, graphic, slogan, design, signature, word, letter, or combination of colours or any combination thereof.

By registering your trademark you can stop other person to use your registered mark in India.

Benefits of Trademark Registration

Separate Identity

Only owners of registered trademarks are allowed to take action or sue for damages in case of trademark registration. Trademark protection is not enforceable for trademarks that are not registered.


Not only it protects your identity but it also contributes greatly towards the healthy advertisement of your products & services in the target market.


You can choose to position yourself as a reliable name in the market using your trademark logo or image that can convey your loyalty and affiliation.

Business Protection

If you believe your registered trademark is being infringed, it is easy to establish your right to it in court. If you haven’t registered the word, slogan or logo, you would not be able to do so. Particularly in sectors in which piracy is rampant, trademark registration is essential.

Goodwill creation

Registered trademarks can be used to create a sense of trust, goodwill and quality in the minds of your customer that is unique to your business. Registered trademarks show your customer that you care about your brand.


Your customers may consider it a lifestyle or fashion statement in regard to your trademark. It stimulates further purchase.



The Trademark Registry has classified goods and services under 45 classes. Your application must mention the class/classes the goods/services represent. The trademark would be registered under those classes only.
If your brand name has already been registered, but under a different class, you're still in luck. Unless the brand is too well known (McDonald’s or Fiat, let’s say), your application is likely to be approved. If, on the other hand, a trademark has been registered by another brand after you began using it, you should take the matter seriously. Find out the origin of the goods and send the office a cease-and-desist letter. Although it does not apply exclusively to intellectual property, such a letter is usually sent in cases of infringement. If the party does not cease and desist from selling the goods with your trademark within the time mentioned in the letter, you may take them to court.
Here comes the tricky part, we should show some creativity and should use some combination.
No, Once the application for registration of Trademark is filed with the Registrar you can start using it.
No, Trademark laws differ from country to country so separate registration would be required.
Basic Documents include following:
  • Image of your Trademark
  • Name of Your Firm/Company
  • Your complete name.
  • Your complete postal address.
  • Class in which you want to register your TM.
Once we will receive these information we will send you printed application for signatures.
A registered Trademark is valid for 10 year, thereafter it can be renewed.

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